So what did Aaron Carlisle think of Atelier Meruru? Lots of pastel pinks and an unclear audience, but still rather fun! Check out his review.
This may just be the shoot-em-up for beginners of the bullet hell genre. Aaron Carlisle picks apart Cave's ported shoot-em-up in this review.
Tyler Zehner took his time with the sandbox music mixer from Zivix. The verdict? It starts off on a high note, but falls flat before you know it.
Aaron Carlisle is convinced that mindless fun and rhythmic gameplay create an enjoyable experience so Rhythm Heaven Fever was definitely his kind of game.
Apparently Sean Knight had a rough time with some space puzzles? His review is challenge free though, so check it out!
Blizzard took its Diablo II formula and made it more accessible and more engaging for the average player. Is this enough at the risk of player control?
Sorcery wants you to unleash the magic within you and guess what? It's fun! Nate Hales takes on this new motion control challenge from The Workshop.
According to Aenne Schumann Claymation + Point and click adventures = Win. Check out the formula in her review!
Uefa Euro 2012 is a pricey option for DLC but still packs a punch.. er... kick. Resident football expert Richard Hayden took to the field to provide a review.
Warlock evokes a charm that makes extra depth unnecessary to enjoy the game. Kayla Bourque tells all in her review.